Shannon LNG in new planning application for €650m gas terminal
The move comes after a decision by An Bord Pleanála to designate the US company’s Co Kerry project as a strategic infrastructure development
Shannon LNG Ltd, a subsidiary company of US energy infrastructure giant New Fortress Energy, is set to submit a fresh planning application to An Bord Pleanála to build a €650 million liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal and power plant along the Shannon estuary.
The proposed LNG terminal will be located on a 600-acre site between Ballylongford and Tarbert in Co Kerry. The first phase of the development will comprise a 600 megawatt (MW)...
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